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a prank video from the chasy channel, based out of vienna, virginia. these brothers have been filming and posting their pranks on the web for a while now. >> hold on to this cart. hold on. come back this way. >> now, as you can imagine, a lot of mixed reviews online. we've got the gang from the chazy channel, here with us on "right this minute" to talk to us about this video. >> did you get in trouble for this prank? i can't imagine the stores were happy about it. or did they not care? >> we didn't get in trouble actually they kind of felt bad. they kind of acted like it was just like a typical spill. >> they didn't realize it was a prank then? they thought these were legit accidents? >> they never found out it was a prank. >> do you guys feel bad now looking back at this and causing the destruction that you caused? >> we kind of do now. but i mean it was just, it was an innocent prank. no one got hurt, nothing bad happened. >> tell us about some of the comments. what kind of reviews are you guys getting from this video. >> we're either really good or really bad. some are you are sayi
now, it is one of the highlights of the european social calendar -- the vienna opera ball took place last night attracting austrian high society, the literati, and of course, true fans of the waltz. >> it is a characteristically refined affair. >> and dazzling occasion like this calls for which dramatic interest. this german fashion designer made his in a horse-drawn carriage. international showbiz heavyweights pulled up the most extravagant suits and downs for the annual event. this year, guests included oscar winner hilary swank. the president of austria and his wife looked on as 144 debutantes open the ball with an elaborately choreographed dance. performers from the national ballet made an appearance. as did stars from vienna's famous opera. and then, the cuwe -- cue everyone was waiting for. "the blue danube waltz" by johann strauss, a signal that it was time for anyone brave enough to take the floor. >> to sports now, british cyclist mark cavendish has won the tour de qatar. >> this printer was victorious. he overpowered rivals to claim his fourth stage win. >> that is all for
of an inch. a touch of rain. vienna 41. again, just a little rain. some saw some thunder and lightning in some rainbows. 45 38, the high in the low. -- and below. -- and below. -- tbe the low. everybody will be in the 30's, and inside the beltway 30 to 31 degrees. suburban areas about 25. with this kind of weather pattern, with the cold, unstable air, once the sun is up we get these stratus clouds. it will be windy and cold, highs only in the upper 30's. over northwestern sections of ontario, gusty winds. ltd. son very cold temperatures even colder wind chills. bright winds and cold temperatures, and then another low pressure area with the dreaded wintery mix. i know. it will be our weather story on friday. for tomorrow morning, partly sunny and chilly, upper 20's to low 30's. blustery with some sun shines through the day. the cold weather hanging another wintery mix on friday. upper 40's on saturday and back into the 50's on sunday monday, and tuesday. >> and now, the toyota sports desk brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> it is still big news. >> there is no question about
pham to death after she left a salon in june of 2010. he was arrested at a vienna construction site in december. it's not clear why he allegedly killed her. longtime d.c. area coach rick curl is expected to plead guilty to child sex abuse charges in montgomery county today. he was charged in october if after former student said that he abused her for several years in the 1980's. the former students include world record breakers as well as olympic gold medalists. he faces 15 years in prison. >> montgomery county firefighters looking into what caused a commercial building fire in germantown. newschopper 7 was over the scene wednesday night in the 17,000 block of germantown road. no injuries reported the. that's the good news. the warehouse is in an isolated area and it did not affect traffic or any residents nearby. allegations are surfacing about sexual harassment in the d.c. fire department. >> sources tell us numerous women have launchelodged a complaint. two training academy inspectors have been accused of harassing female cadets source. tell us the harassment or sexual in nature.
, the orange line trains will not run. no service between vienna and boston until sunday. shuttle trains will be single tracking. there will be no work on the blue yellow, or green lines. we have all of this information on our website wjla.com. and as the world gets ready for an historic change, there's already one tangible sign of pope benedict xvi upcoming departure. his twitter account is on its final leg. the account will put out its last official tweet on february 27 the day before the pope resigned. when it officially closes on february 28, i will leave behind some 2 million online followers. -- it will leave behind some 2 million on my flowers. -- online followers. we go back to those who knew her when she attended gw. and what one man is willing to do to see manned mission to mars. and we're expecting a wintry mix headin >> you are watching abc7 news at noon on your side. >> welcome back. adam is joining us. the already getting a little bit of activity. >> just outside our window here. we're looking at snow grains and sleet. they bounce a lot on contact. that is the difference be
around this weekend. >> orange line will not run between vienna and ballston. shuttle buses will be available. red line trains will be single tract between takoma and rhode island ave. there is no work scheduled for the blue line, yellow line or green line. everything else you need to know is on our web site. 202 -- go to wjla.com. >> a big celebration is planned for george washington's birthday today. his home will be the site of today's naturalization ceremony pour 50 americans. >> 4:49. i guess it is time to ask jacqui whether it will be worthy of being outside for events today. >> it depends on where you are from. i think for the most part it will be fine. it will be cold. most of the moisture, especially for the metro area, will be holding off until the noon hour. the moisture is starting to move in a cross west virginia and should be pushing into the blue ridge later this morning. winter weather advisory is in affect, new hampshire rappahannock, madison county's. we have a potential of an inch of sleet and snow accumulated. i think it will start off as snow and then tr
of vienna and milan, cardinal timothy dolan of new york is a long shot. >> what happens next at the vatican? >> reporter: what happens next is that the vatican will announce a date for the conclave which is when the world's voting cardinals will come to rome to vote for the next pope. in the meantime, the pope says he will continue to work doing what he normally does. >> anna matranga live at the vatican, thank you so much. >>> and the pope's decision is drawing varied reactions from catholics here in san francisco. some are concerned about the timing while others are talking about what kind of successor should be chosen. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran talked today with parishioners and clergy. >>> reporter: many parishioners coming to st. mary's cathedral were hearing the news for the first time. >> is the pope saying this is the best decision he has made? i think this -- i don't know. this is a major decision i would say he has made. i would want to stand by him. >> reporter: the move comes two days before lent, the holiest time of the ye
b for case no. 2012.0391d for 524 vienna street, mandatory discretionary review. item 3, consideration of adoption, draft minutes of special meeting of october 11, 2012 and draft minutes of regular meeting of october 18, 2012. that's all i have under consent. >> is there any public comment? okay, seeing none, public comment is closed. commissioner antonini. >> move to approve. >> second. >> on that motion to approve items 2a and 3, commissioner antonini? >> aye. >> commissioner borden? >> aye. >> commissioner moore? >> aye. >> commissioner sugaya? >> aye. >> commissioner wu? >> aye. >> and commission president fong? >> aye. >> so moved, commissioners. that motion passes unanimously 6 to 0. it places you under commission questions and matters. item number 4, review and approval of combined commission secretary position announcement and recruitment process4. * >> commissioner moore. >> may i ask that you call a and b? >> i did indeed. >> i didn't hear that. thank you very much. >> is there any public comment on minutes? commissioner comments? commissioner wu. >> move to ap
. recently i traveled to europe. i went to rome, florence, vienna, knewerctionvberg, berlin, back to nuremberg and back to frankfurt. one of the things i paid attention to is safety transportation issues, of course. * and drinking water. so, i used to attend many of your meetings before. i'm now more with [speaker not understood], san francisco county transportation authority and so on and so forth. but i want to bring to your attention is that i take public transportation. so, i really know what is happening when i take muni. * what we need to be very leery that all the tools that we have on our buses are some standard and in place. so, when we say we have cameras on our buses, we better have cameras on our buses. do not listen to anybody who states -- gives you some statistics on some incidents when their system itself has no standards. in other words, when somebody speaks, they can talk the talk. but to walk the walk you need empirical data. you need to have it vetted. so, i know a lot about the stats that the san francisco public -- the san francisco police department has. i
head in towards central europe. 2 degrees in vienna. 3 in berlin. minus 5 for the high in moscow with minus 4 in kiev. here's your extended forecast. >>> visitors to a city office near tokyo are enjoying a display of imperial elegance in miniature form. hina dolls represent members of the nobility. the dolls are the centerpiece of a festival every march. families set them out as a way to pray for good health for their daughters. craftsmen in the city have been making the dolls for nearly 400 years. residents collected more than 1800 dolls from all over the country. they are displaying them to draw attention in visitors. the dolls at the top are seven meters off the floor. >> translator: they reach right up to the ceiling. they are amazing. >> translator: it's wonderful to see something big like this. >> the dolls will be on display until march 9th. >>> we're back in 30 minutes with more of the latest. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
the mountain of red tape they had to climb to get her. darcy spencer is in vienna with the story. >> lilly is the late addition to th family. this -- to this family. this is possibly the last russian orphan to be adopted by an american family. >> she deserves mom and i daddy and a sister. so it was a great feeling to take her out of there. >> her journey from a russian orphanage, where lived on tea and crushed biscuits are over. >> it was out of my control and out of my hands, and just sit and wait. the unknown. >> the uncertainty was tough. >> it was painful. >> when she went to russia to get lilly, there were legal problems and holdups and other challenges. but working with the state department, u.s. embassy and russian courts she got the final go ahead so take lilly to america. >> just drive out of there as fast as we could. literally. just run. take her and run. >> for many months, lilly's room sat empty, but now she is here, her room and this home are now complete. >> the family had previously adopted patty from russia, now she has a little sister from her home land to grow up with. t
. trainers say their location at the vienna presbyterian church is ideal, but the church unfortunately needs that basement back. >> we do work outside as much as possible, but it is very important that we have a nice room and in a central location in the area. >> trainers say they have to up to a two-year waiting list for the guide dogs. >>> a dog in maryland is being credited for saving a woman from a deadly danger that you can't see or smell. erika gonzalez has this story from germantown, maryland. >> she's part boston terrier and part angel. >> reporter: kristi williamson says she wouldn't be alive except for her 8-year-old dog. >> all i could keep thinking is i need to get through this call and where they can get me. >> reporter: she went to bed when she abruptly woke her up. >> she woke minneapolis up, just standing there, looking at me. >> reporter: something was wrong. >> my cell fell onto the floor. then i realized my stomach is hurting, i'm feelings nauseous. >> reporter: she called 911, firefighters arrived and got her and kayla out of the house. both had to be treat fold carbon mo
to 62% off of beauty injections at trinity medspa in vienna. packages start at $139. finally, how about some new glasses. pay $35 and you'll get $225 to spend on a pair of prescription glasses at my eye doctor. this is 84% off and one of the most popular deals right now on living social. if you have an offer you've seen or you're a local merchant with a deal for our viewers, i would love to hear from you on facebook. i'm jessica doyle, wusa9. >>> there are a few fund- raisers that are near and dear to my heart. i want to tell but one coming up on saturday, march 23. it's for the children's inn at national institutes of health. and it is so important because it really helps children and families stay together. and i have the co-chairman here with me, diane pierson. it raises lots of money and the money is needed because the organization is so important. and you help families from all over the world, not just in the washington area. tell me about what you do. >> that's absolutely true. the children's inn is the only family oriented residence where children from the n.i.h. that are receivi
. only an inch and a tenth. vienna just over a half-inch. . we have another clipper possibly coming tomorrow night which could give us a little more snow. i'll tell you about thata little bit later. back to you. >> thanks, howard. >>> the morning snow didn't pack much of a punch when it comes to inches but it comes some problems on -- caused some problems on the road n. is near chain bridge road. it happened this morning. it appears the driver lost control, crashed into a containment wall. this was just one of several weather-related crashes in the region. no one was seriously injured in any of these accidents. >>> turkish police and u.s. officials are trying to figure out who was behind a deadly explosion at the u.s. embassy in turkey. those inside are safe but the suspected suicide bomber killed himself and a guard. tara mergener has more from the state department. >> reporter: paramedics rushed an injured woman to a waiting ambulance outside the u.s. embassy in turkey. a suspected suicide bomber detonated an explosive device at a side entrance to the heavily fortified embassy kil
, help might be at hand. beth reports on a new idea, from austria. >> this is siesta time in vienna. offering stressed out workers the chance to unwind, >> it is like a new day. afterwards you feel like you have just awoken and the days beginning. >> if they are prepared to part with $15, customers can take a power nap for 15 minutes. a snack is included in the price. >> no one goes home at noon anymore, it does not work when your job does not allow it. the idea is to bring the living room and bedroom to the working people. musical's customers to sleep. classical is the preferred style, as you might part with $15, expect in a city that was home to beethoven. a heart monitor reads how even the the customer is breathing. if they fall into a deeper sleep the music gets louder until inevitably the time comes to face the daylight again. >> i am looking for my red sofa for my nap. coming up in the next addition, sweden is threatening legal action over plans to kill a limited number of bills. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation is made poss
a presentation? the sleep studio in vienna is open and offering a nice quiet place to take a 30 minute nap. you can sleep for 30 minutes for $15 on one of six different south was. you can be lulled to sleep by soothing music and you get a personal wake up. >> 30 minutes. that is the perfect nap? that is nothing. a long winter's nap. have you ever heard of that? hibernation. more than 30 minutes that is for sure. a normal day. as far as that high temperature goes. 28 at bwi marshall. at the airport we're down to 30. we could slip below that before midnight. on this day three years ago it was cold and snowing. eldridge at 38 inches of snow. almost crazy to even say it. that was the first of two storms to roll through in a week. we got the second round in that one week. upwards of 50 inches. in one week three years ago. february 2010. many areas topped the 30 inch mark. these are some of the representative amount to around the area. officially at the airport it was 25 inches. it is clear out there. 38 at the inner harbor. b w i marshall is cooled off to 30. to the north you see that cold air that
of the lanes are open. no issues reported leaving fair oaks headed in towards vienna. you will find south on 270 with lanes open, traffic is beginning to slow south of route # 0 out of urbana to the scales just south of 1:09 that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. -- south of route 80. 80. >> thank you. we are going to take a look at you believe sky fox right now. we are following some breaking news out of bowie, maryland. >> prince prince george's county fire crews are on the the scene of a fire on peach tree lane. we are told everyone got out of the home okay. we will continue to follow this story throughout the morning. >> we'll follow that story throughout the morning hours. meanwhile, we are going to shift gears here and talk bay little happy news coming for us from hollywood. singer fergie and her husband actor josh du moment. l are expecting their first child. fergie made the announcement on twitter. they have been married since 2009. >>> and speaking of babies, a houston mother got the ultimate valentine's day gift after giving birth for four boys. yeah, all at onc
if you'll use the orange line. four stations will be closed for track work. they are vienna, west falls church, and east falls church. the closing starts tonight at 10:00. they last through closing on sunday. there will be shuttle buses and there will be track work this weekend on parts of the red and the green lines. >>> some scary moments today for passengers aboard a united airlines flight out of fort lauderdale. the boeing 737 skidded off the runway in cleveland this morning. flight 1639 ended up on the grass. none of the 103 passengers were hurt. investigators say the freezing winter weather might have been a factor in that. >> maybe. >> you think? >> good investigation on that. okay. >> we don't have to worry about that here, though, right? >> not so much. north and west, bridge and overpasses tonight. but in town, it's a friday night. everybody is going out. take it easy. >> get those tires. >> exactly. now we talked about the snow pulling out of the midwest, headed for chicago. they had a cute little snow. 3 to 5 inches fell. officially 2.7 fell at o'hare and they are dow
. nice and easy drive continuing out towards fair oaks and vienna. no issues reported southbound on 270 for those leaving i-70 continuing south on 109 out of clarksburg. >> the big story, super bowl xlvii. the game was headed to a blowout with the ravens leading 28-6 in the third quarter. >> then the lights went out in new orleans. for more than a half hour at the super dome but then the niners would end a comeback. >> there is no greater way as a champ to go out on your last ride with the men that i went out with, with my teammates and you looked around this stadium and baltimore, baltimore, we coming home, baby! >> we don't make it easy. but that is the way the city of baltimore is. that is the way we are. you know, we did this for them back home. we had a great sendoff and we can't wait to get back there for the parade. >> it will be a fun parade that parade in charm city is already in the works. >> fans wasted little time celebrating the team's second super bowl title. many stormed the streets. melanie alnwick is here with reaction in baltimore. >> they know how to do that in maryla
and vienna. back to you andrea and mike. >>> we have another addition far school closing. prince william county. >> prince william county is closed because of the snow this morning. >>> two hour delay prince william county. >> right two hour delay prince william county. >>> maryland faces one of its cross border rivals. >> the caps try to get a win against the despised penguins. we've got highlights coming up next. >> now let's take another look at the question of the morning on our facebook page -- >> jim cowan wrote on our facebook fan page -- >> okay jim. >> log on to the facebook fan page. what do you think? we want to know. we'll have the answer in we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> welcome back. howard here with your weather first, want to talk about radar this morning because west of town we've got snow. i just got a report from a friend on facebook, a viewer who said in ricksyville, they've had 3 inches. reva ha
at 10:00 tonight. vienna, dunn loring and east and west falls church stations. you will be able to take a free shutting between vienna and boston. in between takoma and rhode island avenue. all work should be done by monday morning. >>> today, a woman in frederik county is a mega winner. the 48-year-old grand mom won this week's $26 million jackpot. she chose to accept the money anonymo amsley and take the cash option. let's check in with tom for the latest on our forecast outside on the weather deck. are we going to win the lottery this weekend with your forecast? >> no. in short. right now, getting a few light snow flurries here in northwest washington. meanwhile, in washington, you can see just a few snow flakes t there along the potomac river and they are coming through out of the southwest and the northeast. storm team 4 radar showing those areas you see in the gray, those are areas of light snow, maybe putting down just a very light coating from southern maryland across the potomac river into northern virginia. the district and into north central maryland as well and the panhandle
line will shut down at 10:00 tonight. the vienna, dunn loring and east and wells falls church. you'll be able to take a free shuttle. there will be single track on the red line between friendship heights and to koem a avenue. all work should be done by monday morning. >>> the event had washington that the president calls a powerful moment. >>> mother nature turns a training mission into a rescue mission for some soldiers. >>> we could have our own weather problems. light snow and sleet expected to arrive here. >>> holy mackerel, that's a big fish. the overgrown goldfish that is threatening >>> you can't exactly fit this giant goldfish in a fishbowl. researchers reeled in this four-pounder at lake tahoe and they say it's not the first big catch there. it's concerning for scientists since goldfish are -- look how big that is. seriously. they're not freshwater fish. researchers blame aquarium dumping and say it's damaging the lake's ecosystem and raising algae levels which could cloud up the lake. >> when you go to the pet store, they put the fish in a bag. there's a trash bag for one
to vienna to talk to freud and is writing an account for the navy and had to do with the mental health of veterans and serving military personnel and he had gone to be yet to learn what he could from freudian heaved put this information into the impressionable young man. when they arrive in washington, hubbard is a boy's got in claim to be the and this evil scout ever but regardless of his merits he met calvin coolidge at the white house and went to the library of congress and read up on free trade and state thompson helped him survive. that was a turning point* in his career and it happened here in washington. it is appropriate we meet in the bookstore talking about scientology. every movement has a book behind it somebody has written a book but for all ron hubbard that first book was diabetics that came down 1950 and dominated "the new york times" best seller list in the way i hope to emulate [laughter] but so much so it set the category and became so popular in this theory of diabetics his is you can he yourself you a to spend a lot of money but it to the router problems better in a
from centreville this morning, nice and easy so far leaving 28 headed in towards fair oaks and vienna. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> a soldier in texas has been sentenced to three and a half years in a military prison for accidentally killing his friend. specialist patrick myers said he was only trying to scare away the fellow soldier's hiccups by firing a gun he thought had dummy rounds. the case was tried in a military court since both men were soldiers. >>> the d.c. court of appeals has overturned the conviction of the man known as the georgetown cuddler. he was sentenced to 26 years. i jury convicted him for assaulting five georgetown university students. the court is overturning the ruling saying the supercourt judge who oversaw the trial allowed thomas' prior conviction to be presented to the jury. >>> the son of jim marne will not face voter charges after all. he was caught on tape explaining how to help someone vote illegally. at the time, he was working on his father's re-election campaign. police say no charged will be filed because the people who made th
stretch. still doesn't get much better heading into fairfax and vienna. there are no accidents and incidents in your way. you still want to give yourself a little extra time. a live look first of all on the northbound side of i-95, actually 355 in rockville. no problems to report here on route 28. you have slow traffic basically out of frederick, it is going to look like this. as you head toward clarksburg and german town. northbound 395 here at the 14th street bridge. this is what it looks like on all of your potomac refer crossings -- river crossings. >>> i'm getting ready to talk about eating like a king or a queen. the beloved edible symbol of the anything goes carnival vibe of new orleans, showing us how to celebrate like someone from the crescent city is the owner of bayou bakery, david good morning. how are you? >> morning. >> you have got a lot going on there. >> fantastic. i heard you just got back from new orleans. welcome back. >> i did. sorry i missed you here. >> we are celebrating. this is bayou bakery. >> this is lundy gras, the day before mardi gras. we have the
will be closed on that line. the vienna, dun loring and church stations will shut down at 10:00 tonight. you'll be able to take a shutting. there will be single tracking between friendship heights and van ness. all the work should be done by monday morning. >>> we're learning more about a mow tension lawsuit against disgraced cyclist lance armstrong. on the same day he admitted in an interview with oprah winfrey to using performance-enhancing drugs, the head of the anti-doping agency lobbied the justice department to join a lawsuit against armstrong. the lawsuit was filed by armstrong's former teammate floyd landis. the justice department hasn't announced if it will join. >>> under armor is going after nike. it's suing the competitor arguing that nike is misusing under armor's new slogaslogan, l it claims nike has been using i will at the start of phrases on several of its ads. nike has not commented on that suit. it won't comment. >> it's your lifeline when there is an emergency. >> 911 can't solve all problems. coming up at 5:20, the unusual call for help that got a little boy in a lot of
. in vienna. there's an vienna try to avoid 123 northbound at maple avenue. longer be stored there. >> beautiful sunshine. not seeing any clout. degrees with the wind chill of 18. pretty much everybody feeling the teens this morning because of the breeze. it feels like 15 in frederick, 22 degrees in quantico. mostly sunny in 3-d today, highs like the, feeling 30's. sleet possible late tomorrow. >> -- a little [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i want to dance and love ♪ >>> all bundled up outside. look how hot on the dance floor. melissa rycroft, finale of "dancing with the stars" last season. she blew it out that last night. and we're just days away from finding out who is heading to the ballroom this spring. >> we are exclusively revealing the brand-new cast of the upcoming season on tuesday from los angeles. sam and lara will stay behind on monday for the big reveal. i know you're looking forward to that. >> can't wait. >>> it's also our huge "gma" dance party on tuesday. we'll be up bright and early with that big announcement. >> dancing with the popcorn, i suspect. >>> brooke and t
ii. >> archbishop of milan, the archbishop of vienna, gmt enoa, italy, two vatican cardinals in the mix, do you agree with the monsignor about the qualities of what needs to be considered as we look to who would take benedict's place? >> yes, i think the monsignor is absolutely -- as somebody who has studied this, the church has become quite diverse. while there's been a decline of things catholic in places like the united states, that is not the case in places like africa, latin, central america, central mexico. the activity has quite energized, so make a prediction that you'll see a greater voice of those communities, nigeria, brazil, mexico, because the catholic church and the conclave in particular has become more diversified over the years. don't forget john paul ii was the first known italian in 453 years, nobody ever believed that, so here we are 2013, and you might see a seismic change again. >> ray flynn, monsignor tom mcsweeny, thank you for joining me. i really appreciate it. >>> the big question -- what does it mean for american catholics? we'll talk about anne th
on are meeting this week at un headquarters in vienna of the committee is discussion the impact of "near earth objects," and had a better track and monitor asteroids to avoid serious damage if one hits earth. >>> well, a pretty nice weekend. we're wrapping up across the entire bay area. lots of sunshine for today, but as advertised temperatures cooled off on average about 4-8 degrees from yesterday's warm readings. right now we'll look at current numbers of you can see some 60s still out towards fairchild, antioch and livermore. here is the wide are perspective on live stormtrack 2, you notice no rain clouds yet, but i'm tracking a weather system in the pacific and this will be a factor as we head into tomorrow. basically in the form of some clouds and by tuesday, we're talking about some more raindrops pushing back into the region. as far as first thing tomorrow morning it will be dry for monday. some cloud cover, some high clouds and some areas of fog developing first thing. and some mid-30s once again. so you definitely want to bundle up towards santa rosa, napa and san francisco starting o
to washington and sneak thompson had been to vienna to talk to freud and he was a great team and account for the navy. it had to do with the mental health of veterans and serving military personnel. he had gone to show a dealer and drove some of this into a very impressionable, avid young man. so when they arrive in washington, a couple things happened. hubbard is a boy scout who claim to be the youngest eagle scout ever. regardless of his merits in that regard, he met calvin coolidge at the white house and while he was here, he went to the library of congress and read up on freud and he helped them through it. i was a turning point in his career, happened right here in washington. that is appropriate that we meet here also in a bookstore when we're talking about scientology because if there was every movement in a way a way has a book behind it. stick to what has written a book, has changed the world. for l. ron hubbard that first insight mannix, which came not in a. and it dominated "the new york times" bestseller list in a way that i hope to emulate. [laughter] there's so much so that
easter at the end of march. >> contenders to be his successors include archbishop of mulan and vienna. >>> three people are dead following a shooting inside a delaware courthouse. it happened in near by wilmington, stunning people arriving for court this morning. wjz is live. are jessica -- jessica kartalija has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: police did say it stemmed from a domestic dispute are are unclear of a motive. >> delaware police are still trying to figure out what led to an early morning shooting inside a wilmington courthouse. >> a loan gunman walked into the lobby area of the county courthouse and opened fire. >> it happened around 8:00 this morning. >> i heard two shots. that's when i re acted and turned around and he ran out of the building. >> two women were killed, one believed to be the suspect's ex-wife. >> she said there's been a shooting. as i stated before, i couldn't make out what she was saying because she was distraught. i'm not sure exactly sure if it happened in front of her or whatever the case may be. >> two capital police officers were also
inbound towards vienna, it is simply wet pavement. depending on where you are traveling in from, you are getting a mix of tall. the closer you get to the beltway, i think the better the ride is overall. a wentery mix is what you're waking up to this morning. -- a wintry mix is what you're waking up to this morning. >>> native american names, nicknames in sports take center stage at a special smithsonian discussion and public enemy number one, the washington redskins. panel i haves at the event yesterday debated the racial stereotypes surrounding the team's name and logo. critics want to the team owners to change the name and even called on people to boycott the home team and its sponsors. >> we get to that place where we start chastising our friends, our you are relatives and our neighbors for using that word, making it up acceptable, that is what things will change j over the years, the team's owners have opposed a name change citing tradition. but others say money is the real reason. the redskin organization is not responding to the forum or the demands. we want to hear your though
- 66 at route 50. it's pretty normal here as you come through fairfax to the beltway and vienna. no problems on the beltway itself through the tysons area. i'll have news for vre commuters in my next report. >> thanks, monika. >>> our service men and women put their lives on the line every day for our freedom. jeep and the uso have launched a new campaign to address their special needs as well as those of their families. with the launch of operation safe return, jeep will host a day of service at the new family center at fort belvoir. here to talk more about tuso slone gibson and kim house with jeep. thank you both for being here with us this morning. kim, i want to start with you. during the commercial i saw the commercial jeep put out and the message was "till we're whole again." this is a way to make the country and these families whole again. >> it was for sure. it was a heartfelt message from our brand and america, too, to our returning troops. this is really one vehicle to do that, to celebrate their service. >> what does is stand for? >> safe stands for secure transport.
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